Events for July 4 – August 16 – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry

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Building Intercultural Competence Workshop (In person)

Nova Scotia

As Nova Scotia becomes more culturally diverse, we all need to learn how to welcome and work with immigrants and build a better community together. In this full-day, in-person workshop, you will: Increase your understanding of settlement and integration issues Explore practical ways to welcome and support new immigrants Develop intercultural relationship-building skills for working with new immigrants This interactive workshop is open to organizations, service providers, educators, and community volunteers. We also deliver workshops tailored to individual organizations. There is no fee. Workshops take place monthly, either online or in person at ISANS (6960 Mumford Rd, Suite 2120). Please be sure to register early! For more information, or to register, please contact: Colleen Belle | 902-406-4749 | cbelle@isans.ca

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Online Computer Training: Microsoft Excel I (May 10-26)

Online

Level: Beginner Number of Sessions: 6 Session Length: 2 hours In this course, you will use Microsoft Office Excel 2016 to learn how to: Create, open, save, print, edit, and close worksheets and workbooks Insert, copy, move, delete, and rename worksheets Add headers and footers and prepare print layout Select, insert, define width/height, and delete columns and rows Hide and unhide rows, columns, and worksheets Create simple formulas and use defined functions (sum, average, min, max, and count) Use relative, absolute, and mixed references Format cells, and enter and format data Sort and filter data Find and replace data Auto and flash-fill data Remove duplicates Apply “Text to Column” Apply “Freeze Panes”

WTWT: Negotiating your Worth

Online

Join us on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 4:00pm ADT Negotiating your Worth – Encouraging women in tech to confidently say “Show me the Money". About this event When: Tuesday, May 24, 2022 from 4:00pm to 5:30pm ADT Where: via Zoom (you will receive a link with your confirmation) Description: Studies show women are more likely than men to underestimate their professional worth and are less likely to negotiate salary or ask for a well-deserved pay increase. This has a huge impact on our disposable income, quality of life, retirement savings and even our overall health and stress levels. Join us to learn how to: Evaluate your money mindset Calculate your professional value The art of making an assertive ask Red flags a company is not treating you fairly and possibly never will Facilitator: Genevieve MacInnis is known for her strategic thinking and her ability to connect with individuals across all levels of the organization. She is highly skilled at asking thought provoking questions and having candid conversation to address tough issues. Her style is dynamic, stimulating change by helping others learn how to be more self-aware, practice conscious leadership and build authentic relationships based on honesty and trust. Genevieve […]

2022 Spring AGM Gala Dinner & Awards

Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre 606 Reeves Street, Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia

Our Spring AGM Gala Dinner and Awards night is a great local networking opportunity that we host at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre to celebrate business accomplishments and success.  The highlight of the evening is the presentation of our Jack Hartery Lifetime Achievement in Business Award ***Please indicate any dietary restrictions when registering.

$85

Hackergal’s 11th National Hackathon

Online

Hackergal is a charitable organization that inspires girls across Canada to explore the opportunities in code. With women vastly underrepresented in the tech industry, Hackergal strives to inspire a new wave of Canadian female coders to bring equality to the booming industry. Hackergal’s Hackathon Program is designed to encourage learners to achieve their full potential through 6 Future-Ready Competencies. Learning to code and making a difference through technology goes beyond programming knowledge and skills. That’s why these core competencies equip girls with the ability to meet the complex demands of diverse contexts and be successful in their everyday lives and in their future. We believe that every girl can thrive when they are given the opportunity to tell their story and share their voice. We want to champion them along the way!

Online Business Development Training: Start a Successful Small Business in Canada

Nova Scotia

ISANS and RBC are pleased to facilitate this important training session for current or aspiring business owners. In this two-part training session, you’ll hear from George Gerges, financial Advisor at RBC, who will teach you everything you need to know to start and grow your business in Canada. Our goal is to help you and help our community to prosper! In Part 1, “Starting and Planning your Business,” you will learn about: Making sure your business idea will fly Finding the money to start and control of your cash All the legal stuff you need to know Help & Advice In Part 2, “Financing and Growing your Business,” you will learn about: How Financing can help your business Short term and long term financing Reasons to grow and focusing on customers Diversifying, funding, resources and help To attend this session, you must: Be an ISANS business client Have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level of 5+ Attend both training dates – Part 1 on May 25 and Part 2 on June 1 For more information, and to register, please contact: Suhel Shaikh | 902-406-7793 | business@isans.ca

Volta Cohort Pitch Event – 2022 Spring Edition

VOLTA 100-1505 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Join us for our tenth Volta Cohort Pitch Competition taking place on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 5:30pm (ADT). When: Wednesday, Mat 25, 2022 , 5:30pm ADT In Person and 6:00pm ADT Virtual Attendee Where: Volta, 1505 Barrington St, Unit 100, Halifax, NS, B3J 3K5 or Via Livestream ( livestream details will be sent to you at 12:00pm ADT day of the event) The tenth Volta Cohort Pitch Competition is taking place on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 5:30pm (ADT). You will hear from some of Atlantic Canada’s most innovative, early-stage startups, and see up to $125,000 in investments awarded live that evening.

Techsplorer Event

Acadia University 15 University Ave, Wolfville, Nova Scotia

May 26-27 Location: Acadia University - Fountain Commons Great Hall Techsploration teams from across the province gather together to share their presentations with participants from other schools. Young women and non-binary youth get an in-depth look at multiple science, engineering, trades, and technology careers and participate in interactive presentations and workshops that aim to build confidence and leadership skills. RSVP & REGISTER HERE Acadia University Campus Map

techNL Annual General Meeting

Online

Join us as we celebrate a year of incredible energy, growth and momentum in the tech sector. techNL is hosting it’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 26th from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM at the Emera Innovation Exchange. We will be showcasing highlights from the fiscal year January 01 2021 – December 31, 2021. Voting is being done entirely online and ahead of time. 3:00 – 3:30 – Open to Members ONLY 3:30 – 4:00 – Highlights from 2021, Stakeholders welcome to join 4:00 – 5:00 – Meet our new CEO Florian Villaumé + Networking Social with light hors d’oeuvres to close out the afternoon. Be sure to register using Eventbrite. Registrants will receive an email with their ticket and instructions in the days leading up to the AGM.

Ocean Connector: Developing and Adapting Technology to Target Global Goals

Colin MacLean Hall 27 Parker Street, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Meet the Atlantic Indigenous ocean businesses developing innovative ocean technology projects selected under the Samqwane'jk initiative. About this event Samqwane’jk is a first-of-its-kind initiative led by Ulnooweg Development Group in collaboration with COVE and Upswing Solutions. Indigenous ocean businesses were invited to propose projects in partnership with companies at COVE. Three projects have been selected to receive funding support rolled out over two years. Join us on May 26th to meet three Atlantic Indigenous Ocean companies selected to receive support under the Samqwane’jk Ocean Partnership Initiative for their innovative ocean projects. The purpose of the Samqwane’jk initiative includes building partnerships with ocean technology companies to boost competitiveness, enhance innovation, collaboration, and knowledge sharing for Indigenous and non-Indigenous ocean businesses alike. In addition to funding, the three selected initiatives will receive training and business development support while aiming to deliver measurable progress against the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Learn more about Samqwane'jk at www.samqwanejk.com. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 SDGs, an urgent call for […]